Construction, oil & gas and a variety of other industries rely on gravel and crushed rock for a wide array of purposes. It is also commonly used in a variety of landscaping applications as well.
Gravel and river rock are mined in dozens for Arcosa Aggregates locations from Florida to Washington and many locations in between.
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By definition crushed stone is a construction aggregate. It is created by mining a suitable rock formation and then breaking down the rock to varying sizes using a crusher. Crushed stone differs from gravel in that gravel has a more rounded shape and is made by the natural processes of weathering and erosion.
Crushed stone is one of the most common and accessible natural resources on the planet. It is one of our most abundant and basic of raw materials. The stone is used in various industries from construction to agriculture.
There are several sizes of gravel and crushed rock to choose from that range in size from dust screenings to 10 inches or more in diameter and are available by ton.
Some of the quality materials that Arcosa Aggregates provides include:
- Gravel (grades 2,3,4)
- Pea gravel
- Crushed gravel
- Capillary rock
- Concrete sand
- Mason sand
- Road Base
- Plaster sand
- Flume sand
- Golf Course sand
- Rip Rap
- Decorative Stone
- Landscaping Stone